Red River Software is great on its own, but it is even better with friends (aka Allies). Our software integrates with a variety of other systems, including the POS providers, distributors and third-party developers listed below. Our customers have nearly endless, flexible options to customize their package for their unique needs. This list is not all-inclusive, so if you don’t see your provider in the list below, give us a call to see if an integration is available.

Memberships in regional petroleum organizations keep Red River Software up-to-date with new developments in the industry. A list is provided for quick access to additional information and resources.

Point of Sale
Co-op Systems
Distributors
Fuel Marketers
Affiliations / Memberships

Gilbarco Veeder-Root

NCR Corporation

Pinnacle Corporation

Triple E Technologies

Wayne Fueling Systems

AGRIS (Greenstone)

Greenstone provides solid and scalable solutions for agribusiness.

SSI Agvance

AgVantage

Oakland Corp.

Growmark

GROWMARK is a cooperative organization based in Bloomington, Illinois.

Chambers & Owen Wholesale

Core-Mark

Douglas Companies

Doyles Sheehan

Eby Brown

Farner-Bocken

H.T. Hackney

Henry's Foods

Holiday Wholesale

Merrill Distributing, Inc.

S. Abraham & Sons

Sandstrom's

St. Joe Distributing

Arkansas Oil Marketers Association (AOMA)

The Arkansas Oil Marketers Association was formed in 1942 “to foster a cooperative spirit among” petroleum marketers. AOMA is dedicated to advancing our industry through education, legislative advocacy and member services.

Members include petroleum wholesalers, convenience store operators, truck stop operators and the myriad businesses that serve them. Arkansas, at last count, has nearly 2,100 convenience stores that employ over 31,000 people.

Bandyworks

Quickly Pinpoint Problems and Drive Improved C-Store Performance

Colorado-Wyoming Petroleum Marketers Association (CWPMA)

The purpose of the Colorado Wyoming Petroleum Marketers Association is to promote trade and related industries; promote good policy and sound business principles; promote fair enactment of state and federal legislation and regulations relating the petroleum marketing; to serve the members through programs or communications to educate on good principles, regulatory and legislative issues.

Convenience Store Alliance (CSA)

Convenience Store Alliance empowers independent c-store operators to save money and compete with large chains. They leverage group-buying power with store operators nationwide to secure lower costs on products and services from the nation’s leading suppliers.

Deepwater Software

Smart Invoice Conversion

Minnesota Petroleum Marketers Association (MPM)

The MPM Association was formed in 1923 to provide services to the petroleum marketer, to help them at all levels of government, and to support fellow marketers. The Association has four main emphases – education, regulatory analysis and programs to help with compliance, legislative and regulatory monitoring, and services for the members.

National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS)

NACS serves the convenience and fuel retailing industry by providing industry knowledge, connections and advocacy to ensure the competitive viability of its members’ businesses.

North Dakota Petroleum Marketers Association (NDPMA)

The North Dakota Petroleum Marketers Association’s mission is to promote and enhance the wholesale and retail petroleum businesses. NDPMA strives to improve the business climate in the state. It provides training and education to members while monitoring legislative and regulatory activity on the state and national level.

Oklahoma Petroleum Marketers & Convenience Store Association (OPMCA)

OPMCA membership is composed of refiners, suppliers, wholesalers, convenience-store operators and associates who supply products and services to the petroleum marketing industry. Members own and/or supply branded and unbranded petroleum products to retail outlets throughout the state of Oklahoma and the Southwest.

OPMCA maintains a strong one-on-one contact with government legislators and regulators at the federal, state and local levels, allowing the association to keep the members informed of the constantly changing legislation and regulations regarding the petroleum marketing industry.

Petroleum Marketers & Convenience Store Association of Kansas (PMCA of Kansas)

PMCA Approaches a Century of Service
. We’re here to provide our members tools to help manage their energy marketing and retail businesses — better. For nearly 100 years, the Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Store Association of Kansas has been representing the independent petroleum-marketing industry in Kansas.

South Dakota Petroleum & Propane Marketers Association (SDP2MA)

Founded in 1918, the South Dakota Petroleum and Propane Marketers Association (SDP2MA) is the only association in South Dakota who represents those in the petroleum and propane business exclusively. The association represents mom and pop stations, bulk fuels, wholesalers, ancillary businesses that support the owners and operators, pipelines and oil companies.

Wisconsin Petroleum Marketers & Convenience Store Association (WPMCA)

More than 500 of your fellow independent businesses belong to the Wisconsin Petroleum Marketers & Convenience Store Association (WPMCA). Together, we comprise a professional network that promotes a reasonable and profitable business climate for all of us.